but from around the nation feel like the shooting was righteous, that should someone walk on to your property, wander on to your property, come into your garage, albeit to steal beer or a lawn mower or anything else, i guess, has a right to lethal force, has a right to be shot and has a right to be killed. i am just saying that as a gun owner, myself, and someone who has a healthy respect for the second amendment, that's not common sense and as former prosecuting attorney, i stand with law enforcement and folks from around the country that say that does not recommend the american system of justice, not now, not in montana and not for the last .100 years. we did away with lynchings. >> the argument, of course, from the other side is, this is a guy whose house had been burglarized twice. you know, luckily, i have never been burglarized at home but i can only imagine people must feel a certain level of fright to being scared that it's going to happen again.